W. W. NOLEN.WANTED. - Books in History 1, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15. Must be in good condition. Address, X, X, Crimson office. eot
TUTORING in History 1.
C. E. WHITMORE, JR.,51 College House.FURNISHED ROOMS for Class Day and Commencement. Suite of three rooms and bath-room, with board. Five minutes walk from Harvard Square. Apply at 5 Hilliard St.
tfTO LET. - Pleasant sunny rooms, single or in suites, furnished or unfurnished, in new house, hard wood finish, electric lights, all modern conveniences. Eight minutes walk from college grounds near North Ave. Apply to
LEAVITT & PEIRCE.LOST. - At the base ball game May 30, in section O, one pocket book containing diamond pin and coin marked on inside cover compliments of Rochester Brewery Co., Boston Branch. Suitable reward will be given by leaving same at Leavitt & Peirce's.
87-3tFINE ARTS IV. - The course will be reviewed beginning at 2.15 p.m. and again at 7.15 p. m. in Manter 2. The subject matter will be the same at each review and those who can are advised to attend in the afternoon. Please bring Reber or Moore's Gothic Architecture. Fee $4. Gentlemen will confer a favor by not opening accounts for reviews.
W. W. NOLEN.SPANISH 1 and Philosophy 1, Tutoring.
W. L. BARTLETT,
48 College House.TUTORING in Italian 1; French A, 1a, and 1b.
CHAS. L. MIX, '90,
24 Grays; middle entry.GERMAN A, B, C, 1a, 1b, 1c, E, 2, 3, 4, 5; French A, 1a, 1b, 2; Tutoring.
J. M. KAGAN,
10 Church St.WANTED. - Notes and statement of work covered in the courses for Spanish 1 and French 7. Apply to Sever's bookstore.
6t.GREEK AND LATIN. - Tutoring for the finals and the spring entrance examinations; work done during the summer also with conditioned men as well as with those expecting to enter college in the fall.
FRANCIS KINGSLEY BALL,13 Sumner St. (near Memorial Hall.)LOST. - A part of a gold cuff button, Saturday night. Please leave at Leavitt & Peirce's.